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details coming up. >> bundle up as you head out. it feels li s early winter out . >> you're watching wbal-tv 11 live, local late breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm sam stovall. thanks for joining us. >> cold rain, my favorite! >> everybody's favorite. we might do it again tonight. forecast for rain in the o's game. this morning, cold without the rain. we don't have to worry about that on the way to work or school to start the day today. 41 in the airport. managed to dip into the mid 30s. not around baltimore. today, increasing clouds. late this afternoon and evening, chance for rain showers again. the high temperature, 57 degrees. could be rain tonight.
not bad as you head out this monday morning. at a couple of things to start with. in abbeyton, hidden stream drive, an accident there. take pulaski highway or 95. looking good once you get to the north side of the beltway right at 62 miles per hour. through the parkville region, 63 to green spring. jfx checking out okay. and we're looking at speeds on average of 59 miles per hour travelling from 795 from i-70. take a look at drive times. 95 merge down to the harvard tunnel toll. five minutes to go to the 895 split to ft. mchenry and 20 minutes on the beltway south between 32. the area of 29 and 108 in ellicott city. northbound and southbound traffic light at this hour. a live view and see how it's
faring on 795. southbound traffic going away at franklin boulevard. a little heavier there. once you get closer to owings mills and the beltway looking heavier in that area. that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> big story. the night the orioles fans were clamoring for for 15 long seasons and then it finally arrived. postseason baseball in baltimore. >> for eight inning, everything was great. then the wheels came off in the ninth. keith gilbert has details on the loss. >> fans waited 15 year to have postseason baseball here at camden yards. it was a packed house last night. a beautiful setting. they all had orange towels waving throughout. it's one of the games that's always great and the fans didn't have to be prompted to stand up and cheer. you didn't need the score board to tell you this was a baseball
crowd. some postseason action. for eight inning, played beautifully. tied two apiece. in the ninth, jim johnson, the closer, not accustomed to coming in with a tie game. he did not have the command. that point forward. so a 7-2 loss incredibly disappointing indeed for the orioles. back at it monday night. and get to see what they are made of. all year long, they placed diversity. pulled together. managed to come together and get the job done. that's the past night. pretty important. if they go down 0-2 and they have to go to new york for a three-game sweep, likelihood of that is not good. tonight's game two is a must win. camden yards, i'm pete gilbert, send it back to you. >> any time outside of camden yards on sunday night, you know there's no shortage of opinions of what went wrong and where the club goes from here.
live from lutherville to take the temperature of the fans. jennifer franciotti, who did you find this time? >> adam brought me his bat he got from a couple of games ago. he's going to the game again tonight. but going to start with jack. you watched it on your couch last night. >> yep. hopefully get it tonight. it's an awesome game. glad we're able to get it in last night and go o's. >> disappointed it didn't win last night. but your enthusiasm is not dampened one bit. >> it's a great season. even if they don't make it to the world series, maybe next year will be the year they can do it. but get the bats going tonight and hope for a win. >> and you never quit rooting for the o's during the entire time. you're a die-hard fan? >> yep, a fan all year. always have been. >> all your life, actually? >> all my life. >> going to talk to adam. stay with me, though. adam, you were at the game last night, going back again tonight. how excited are you to be there
again for another home playoff game. >> i'm very excited. i know we're going to win tonight. we're definitely going to get some runs and going to get the job done. >> you've been to all of the statue ceremonies. >> all the statue ceremonies. yes, they were memorable. a great thing for the fans. they have a thing -- i don't know if you've been to the game this year. but they have a psalm that all of the players say and they say thank you, fans, we're glad you came. that's the theme song. >> what was the atmosphere that you guys had waiting for the game to start. 2 1/2-hour delay. that had to be big. >> people running inside the during the rain and coming back out. >> people were excited. >> people were very excited. >> you can see that in the stands. wrapping up now. but before we do, i want to know how proud you are of buck showalter. >> he's done an amazing job. he should be manager of the year. >> that is the sentiment from die-hard fans. buck showalter, manager of the year. the latest from lutherville, jennifer franciotti, back to you
guys. >> all right, jenn, thank you very much. interesting sock monkey. >> i like it, i want one. >> the players and the fans aren't the only ones that are hoping the o's will continue the postseason run. so are businesses cashing in on the success. kim dacey reports live from pickles pub downtown to explain. hey, kim. >> hey, businesses like pickle pub right across the street from camden yards are waiting and hoping for the playoff series. the o's being in the playoffs is good for businesses all over town. the o's won on friday night. the wild card game. after that, a local sportswear shop worked all night to print new playoff t-shirts and g emthem on the racks for fans. bars and restaurants set up barriers for the crowd that couldn't make it to the ballpark before the game. security experts strategize for a busy beginning of the week. pickles pub and other areas expect to cash in big time. to them, it seems like opening day all over again.
>> opening day is pretty large needless to say. and we're kind of hoping it will be a miniature opening day. we're expecting a lot of people and a big turnout. >> got 24 hours to plan for this, so, it's exciting. you know if you're going to have a problem, that's a good problem to have. >> the business boom is expected to continue at least through tonight when the o's take on the yankees at camden yards. that's at 8:00. reporting live downtown, kim dacey, wbal-11 news. >> fans all over birdland showing off the orange pride. for example, a guy getting up here calls himself the happiest fan. i can see why. sure is really orange. you can show us your best orioles shot. the mobile app to upload your photos and video and go to the local section of the website, with, bal-tv.com. that brings us to the water cooler question of the day. do you think the orioles can bounce back from last night's ninth inning loss. you can share your responses on
our facebook page or send an e-mail to email@example.com. the anaheim 6:08. 41 degrees. if you think what you're paying for gas is bad here, be glad you're not on the west coast. the massive price hike in today's bloomberg report. >> and hue ga chavez, how it will affect relations with central america. >> for better or for worse, this bride and groom probably didn't have that in mind. talk about a brawl that broke out in a wedding when we come back. >> the rain caused significant delays at yesterday's games. live in camden yards. the forecast is coming up. >> sara caldwell monitoring one accident. we'll get you the lat
good morning, a live view of the stadium. much milder than what it's like up to the north. temperatures dropping to the low 40s and upper 30s. check of the forecast around baltimore today in a little bit. first, i want to talk about the o's tonight. yesterday saw a significant rain delay of 2 1/2 hours because of
the rain. we have to worry about the rain again tonight. there's areas of rain likely to push back on in. we're starting the day off dry. but as gates start to open, rain becomes popular. temperatures to be in the mid 50s for downtown. first pitch, 8:07, rain becomes more likely. 55 for the temperature at first pitch. the end of the game, 50 degrees drop to the 40s. the best chances for rain coming in the game. the things look a little better for the rest of the series as the orioles head to yankees stadium thursday through friday. wednesday, a slight chance of rain after the game. thursday, a lot of sunshine. and on friday, a few more clouds mostly sunny. 61 for the first pitch temperature. today, that will be the bigger concern. the rain will fare a little better for the rest of the series. we can get the forecast. but it will be up to the official whether or not that causes a delay. >> i'm going ask you to do some sports analysis. stan and i were talking about
this. who do you think it benefits when there's a cold damp gametime temperature? the pitchers or the hitters? who do you think writes it better? >> putting me on the spot. that's over my head. i used to play softball. i'm sure you gave the right answer to that question. >> she was about to explain she played softball. >> pitchers are the most affected, the hands get cold. the bat you can hold in. the pitcher is most affected. >> translate for me? >> the pitchers are more affected. >> i say the pitchers like it more. they're the only ones not standing around for the entire game. moving, pitching, i think the pitchers like it more. i think it's an advantage.
we agree to disagree. >> jet stream is big way down to the south. when we have that setup on the east coast, know the temperatures are below average. 41 at the airport. down to 36 in frederick right now. could be some frost in the far western suburbs. nothing around baltimore like that. don't be surprise if you're around frederick county and nothing but frost on the windshield. clouds thickening up from the next storm system. and there's the rain that could arise here overnight tonight. during the day, fine, but tonight, unfortunately, the possibility of a little more rain. until that time, increasing clouds or a mix of sun and clouds and some of those rain showers could arrive late th afternoon and this evening, but most of the day will be dry. the high temperature 57 degrees, the average high,er 69. we're going to get back to the 60s tomorrow, 62 on tuesday. 70 on wednesday. the warmest day of the week.
but another front is going to come through wednesday night and knock your temperatures back to the 60s again on thursday and friday. so, again, a little rain to believe tonight for the o's game. the time is coming up on 6:15, see what happened on the roads, sara? >> good morning, tony. one accident of note is clear. in abington along route 7. the best to normal there in terms of closures. if you are going to head out on southbound 83, the harrisburg expressway checking out just fine. 67 in mt. caramel. 63 in the south side. west side on average, 58 degrees. speeds at around 61. continuing to look good from 175 down to 197 and the capital beltway. switch over to a live view and show you what it looks like in our cameras. ellicott city, 29. southbound 108 problem free at the moment. show you what it looks like elsewhere. a live view of traffic at 795 at franklin boulevard. southbound traffic going away
from us. building in volume. overall, still moving well at this point down to owings mills and to the beltway. the latest on traffic pulse 11 back to you. top stories this morning, federal officials believe last week's deadly shooting of a border patrol agent appears to be the result of friendly fire. the head of the union says 31-year-old nicholas ivy opened fire on two fellow agents leading them to the armed smugglers. he was killed when the agents returned fire. he'll be buried later this morning. controversial venezuelan president hugo chavez is winning a new six-year term in office surviving the closest race yet, the socialist leader won more than 50% of the vote over the venezuelan governor who accused chavez of reducing power of the oil wealth to his personal advantage. they expect to embolden chavez to strengthen his ties. bridezilla has nothing on this. this is what happens when a pair
of weddings turned into an all-out brawl with four people arrested. investigators believed this mainly originally started among members of one wedding party. but then someone reportedly from a second winning party at a hotel was sit into something and the situation went downhill from there. by the time the philadelphia police arrived, 75 to 100 people fighting knocking several of the brides to the ground. several people injured. the uncle of one of the brides died of a heart attack. in this morning's consumer alert, if you haven't booked your holiday flight for thanksgiving, do it quickly before the prices climb any higher. according to the l.a. times, flights for thanksgiving week are up 3% over last year. priceline.com recorded the average round trip ticket for thanksgiving is $393. a priceline spokesman said it's unlikely prices will drop and
could rise if fuel cost increase or demand stays strong. paying at the pump for drivers at california but it's not too bad here in baltimore. we have the bloomberg business report. >> good morning. they keep the doctor away, but they're not going to be good for your budget. apple prices may be about to climb as much as $1 a pound. the warm early spring followed by a cold snap nipped this year's crop in the bud hurting new york and michigan and other key apple growing areas according to "usa today" apple juice prices may surge 20%. california motorists facing record high gas prices after refinery problems. the gallon of regular on average is now a record $4.66. that's according to triple a. and prices are more than $1 higher than that in some stations in san diego. governor jerry brown is directing regulators to relax smog controls to allow refineries to increase supplies of cheaper oil. in baltimore, gas prices are about $3.67 a gallon.
that's nine cents cheaper than a month ago. quick trading tip before i go. big week on wall street. alcoa kicks off a fresh earnings season tomorrow. chevron and j.p. morgan chase also reporting their results. mixed close on friday. an early thrill about a lower than expected unemployment rate wore off as the day went on. and the bloomberg maryland index went out slightly lower. jane king, bloomberg news for wbal-tv 11 news. >> 6:19, 41 at the airport. probably the busiest day in baltimore sports history. one team squeaks out a win. how the ravens avoided a loss in kansas city. >> but not so lucky. keith mills explains the rare mistake from buck. next in sports.
good morning, a look at your morning commute. the major roadways are going well. we had an accident on abbeyton. clear. up to speed on the north side. problems with jfx into town. 57 on average on the west side past i-70 if you want to travel on the outer loop. 66 past the glen bernie area. 50 running smoothly to and from the bay bridge at this hour. live view of the traffic. ellicott city, in great shape at this hour, picking up a little bit more in the southbound
direction. give you a look at 795 southbound going away from us on franklin boulevard. again, it's continuing to build. but no official delays here or at owings mills toward the beltway. the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. a chilly start for us on this monday morning. it's dry. temperatures are in the upper 30s and low 40s for the northwest suburbs. down to 39. randallstown, 40. cob keysville, 41 at the airport. a chilly afternoon with high temperatures only in the mid to upper 50s. and unfortunately, it could be a little bit of rain late in the day. that could carry over to the o's game tonight. talk more about that and check the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. send it to the man with a little bit of good news and a little bit of bad news. keith mills. >> 11 sports, keith mills. yeah, tony, the orioles and the yankees play game two of their playoff series tonight at camden yards. the ravens won, the orioles did not. the yanks win game one with the
game tied at two in the ninth. the yankees scored five runs to win it 7-2. now, the start of the game was delayed by two hours and 26 minutes because of rain. did not diminish the fans' enthusiasm, let me tell you. yankees up in the third. chris davidson. threaten a few more times but could not score another run. in the ninth, jim johnson on to keep it tied at two. did not happen. russell martin on a 2-0 pitch. nate mcleod can't bring it back. 3-2, yankees. raul ibanez, derek jeter. watch ichiro, a swinging bunt. man, if you're going good, you're going good. yankees score three more times. 7-2. game two tonight, 8:15 at camden yards. andy petit will pitch. now the ravens survive again, 9-6, the ravens beat the chiefs yesterday in kansas city the first time since november of 2009. the ravens did not score a touchdown. but, again, they find a way to win the game.
it was definitely not pretty. kansas city turned the ball over four times including a fumble on the goal line from matt cassel. oh, man, ed reeve scoots it up. returns it to the 12. one of four kansas city turnovers. drives 80 rds yeah. ends with justin tucker's 26-yard field goal. 9-6, the ravens in trouble. third and 15 from his own 15. joe flacco, remember last year against the patriots in the afc championship. ran for a couple of big first downs. none bigger this year than that one. the ravens run out the clock. they win 9-6, john harbaugh and the ravens now 4 and 1 on the year. >> 4 and 1 on the season. >> we did what we needed to do to win the game. that's what's important. that's the main thing. we should celebrate that. our guys did find a way to win. if you look at it, there were games last year, truthfully, we won four in a row against teams that maybe we weren't expecting
to win on the road. and the ones we lost on the road were the teams we were favored against. right? playing better? absolutely. got to play better no doubt. >> no doubt about that. drew brees broke johnny unitas' record last night. tough night for the orioles. battle until the ninth inning. what a night for the crowd. fantastic. >> there we go. >> 6:26, 42 degrees at the airport. >> a look at what's coming up in the next half-hour on the news today. >> orioles fans hoping the team will get the job done tonight. jennifer franciotti. that story is ex-in. >> mitt romney shifts the focus overseas as the obama campaign looks to stop his mounting momentum hally washington in johnson. details, next. >> and a close eye on the roads. update you on the morning commute coming up. >> rain caused major delays yesterday at camden yards. could we see the same tonight. details on tonight's game and the rest of the series when we come back.
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live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. good morning, everybody. welcome back to weather and news today. i'm sam stovall. >> i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us. tony, fall is really here. do we need a jacket all week long. >> chilly for most of the weekend. the 50s again this afternoon. the average high is 69. going to make it up to 57. right now, in the upper 30s and low 40s. could be frost on the far western suburbs. so a chilly start for us. not going to get much better this afternoon. unfortunately we have a little rain in the forecast for the o's game again tonight. talk about that and the seven-day in a few minutes. the weekend of real highs and lows for orioles fans. this weekend, it all began with the orioles winning their play in game against texas on friday. >> but that excitement soured a
bit sunday night as the birds dropped the opening game of the division series to the yankees and a heart breaking ninth inning. jennifer franciotti joining us live in lutherville to gauge the pulse of the orioles nation. what's the mood right now? >> the mood right now, four more games and another chance to win tonight. more fans, new fans. you were up last night. you had to go to bed. you had to give it up last night. >> i have to go to work. otherwise i would have watched that game. >> what about the game last night? they were hoping they were winning. >> i wish -- each game they can w win. >> good stuff. thank you. go in to dunkin' donuts and get warmed up. it's your birthday today? >> yeah. >> how old are you? >> 10. >> you're rooting for the o's. you've never seen them have a winning season? >> mm-hmm. >> is your whole family excite? >> yeah. >> are they scream ing? >> yeah.
>> what was it like last night in your house? >> birthday party and orioles game. all the games going on. updating and cleaning up the party as well. it was exciting. >> to have the feeling in the orioles and going to the playoffs and having a home playoff game. what do you think about that? >> exciting. my friends are all getting together. going out, watching the games, being there. it's something -- i've never really seen it in my lifetime either. it is very exciting. >> now is your husband a die-hard o's fan? >> no husband. but boyfriend is actually -- he's from new jersey and he's still really getting into it. he and his brother so -- >> that's a nice feeling that we're sensing too. even folks who maybe even aren't from this area, they're getting to the o's spirit too. >> absolutely. it's been -- >> who doesn't like going out and watching a baseball game. if you're in a city with a winning team, then it's -- everybody gets involved. >> that's awesome. thank you so much for joining us
this morning. happy birthday. you're welcome. the go o's magic fever still not giving up. this is really just getting started. live in lutherville, jennifer franciotti. >> the victory for the businesses who rely on the traffic in the regular season. what's that part of the story. good morning to him. >> the pickled pub right across the street in camden yards waiting and explaining for playoff series. good for businesses all over town. after the o's wild card win after 5:00 where they worked all night to print new playoff victory t-shirts. bars and restaurants set up barriers for the crowds that couldn't make it to the ballpark after the game. security experts strategize for a busy beginning of the week. pickled pub and other area businesses expect to cash in big
time. for them, it seems like opening day all over again. >> opening day is pretty large, needless to say. and we're kind of hoping that it's going be a miniature opening day. we're expecting a lot of people and a big turnout. >> i've got 24 hours to plan for this. this is exciting. if you're going to have a problem, that's a good problem to have. >> that business boom is expected to last at least through tonight when the o's take on the yankees again at camden yards. reporting live downtown, kim dacey, wbal-11 news. >> the pharmacy that distributed the steroid linked to an outbreak of fungal meningitis issued a voluntary recall of all of the products. the move was taken out of an abundance of caution because of the risk of contamination. no indication any of the products have been contaminated. this comes after they identified a third marylander that developed meningitis after receiving a tainted steroid last month. no specific information will be
released about the patient. the centers for disease control and prevention said there are 90 confirmed cases across nine states. seven people have died including one person here in maryland. >> city homicide detectives are investigating a shooting in northwest baltimore. the woman shot in the 6300 block of fairlawn avenue before 10:00 last night. she was taken to an area hospital where she passed away. no word on a suspect or possible motive. in this 2012 report, a critical cross roads for both campaigns 29 days before election day. both are jockeying for the lead. hallie jackson tell us about momentum as reuters polls show romney closing the gap after last week's debate. >> we had a good week last week, a good week this week and a good week after. you take one day at a time.
>> for today, mitt romney will focus on foreign policy as he's expected to attack the president for being too weak in the middle east. >> obama has been commander in chief for the last four years. >> romney is coming off what most agree is a strong debate performance against president obama. >> i asked him, for instance, why it was with 23 million americans out of work or struggling to find a good job, he spent the first two years fighting for obama care instead of fighting for them. >> the obama team insists it was not the real mitt romney or the policies. >> this is dishonest. >> not in favor of a $5 trillion tax cut. >> mitt did a superb acting job. he did everything but learn a tap dance. >> the president poked a little fun at himself at an l.a. concert featuring stars like stevie wonder. >> they performed flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the same. >> but now, the pressure is on for the vice presidential
candidates to perform ashey go head-to-head later this week. >> back live here in dc. and, yeah, vice president biden and representative paul ryan face off on thursday night in kentucky. anticipation for that on both sides. >> what can we expect to see in that debate? >> it's going to look and feel a lot different presumably than 2008 when joe biden and sarah palin went head-to-head. they're going to be policy heavy. specific on substance. biden doesn't have any public events scheduled until thursday when he's in wilmington, in delaware getting ready for this. paul ryan telling one outlet he expected to come at him like a cannonball. interesting to see and may change the narrative this weekend later into the weekend. >> interesting. hallie jackson live in washington. thank you, hallie. >> pretty quiet ride this monday morning. if you're heading out any time
soon. let's update you on your speeds around the area. so far, so good as you can see moving well from 95 all the way to 795. going to travel south on the jfx. 53 at 28th street. 57 on the west side past i-70. moving well from marionsville. average speed, 65 southbound past the glen burney area. take you to a live look at traffic and ft. mchenry coming toward us, southbound traffic it's not bad at the moment. to the toll plaza, 895 to the harvard tunnel equally smooth at this hour. a live view and show you what it looks like at baltimore national pike coming toward us is the outer loop traffic on the west side. still, a nice start in terms of delays, no incidents to report. that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. joining us live this morning at camden yards. previewing the game two forecast. we know the o's are going to win tonight. good morning. >> yeah. that's not a question.
but what we are questioning is if we do see rain, it's going to cause any problems. as we know yesterday, the rain came right in time for the game and that caused a 2 1/2 hour delay. tonight, unfortunately, the best chances for rain are going to come again during game time. we're expecting slight chances of rain but those should be increasing as we get to first pitch as the temperatures will be in the mid 50s. so if you are going to the game, dress in layers and have a waterproof layer as well as we look at the seven-day forecast. 57 for the high today. it's only going to be in the mid 50s. for the game, best chances of rain coming in late in the afternoon towards the evening hours. another front on wednesday. that could bring slight chances of rain with the high of 70 degrees. 60s in the rest of the week by friday. another chance of rain. but tonight, if you want to be fashionable, a big orange poncho. that's the best. sam? >> good advice. >> 6:48, 40 degrees at bwi.
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the end of the october fest. people drank 14.6 pints of beer this year. this year's party drew 500,000 less people than last year but they were satisfied with the event. if you didn't make it to munich this year, the 180th octoberfest will start next year on september 21. get the tickets now. >> big month. hundreds of balloons donned the sky in the albuquerque balloon fiesta. all of the balloons went off friday. 600 balloons launched. thousands of spectators came to watch. specialty balloons including darth vader, sam's favorite, the wells fargo stagecoach balloon. even -- >> that was cool. >> even a zebra balloon. that is fabulous. that's fabulous. >> i'm not your father, luke, i'm sorry.
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trailer on the shoulder of the road when another car hit one of those men and moments later troopers say another vehicle hit the truck causing both to catch fire. an 8-year-old child was rushed to john hopkins with serious injuries while a female passenger died at the scene. and may not have been pretty. but a win is a win. baltimore ravens struggled to come out on top sunday over the kansas city chiefs. the ravens' offense was stymied. the defense forced enough turnovers to keep the chiefs out of the end zone. final score, ravens, nine, chiefs, six, they'll take on the cowboys on sunday. now insta weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. good morning to you. a look at your monday morning commute and volume continued to build around the area. but so far, no delays here on 95 coming down from the white marsh area. 57 travelling to the beltway. once you get on the beltway, north side, great shape at this
hour. speeds on average around 56 miles per hour on the west side of the outer loop. the harbor tunnel toll. the 5-minute travel time on the 895 split to ft. mchenry. take a look live view of traffic out there. 83 at york road coming down from the parkton region. no delays from the maryland line all the way down to the beltway. picking up the volume on the out thor loop towards us. once you get close to hartford road, you start to tap the brakes. that's the latest. eva join us live previewing the forecast for game two. a lot of rain in the long rain delay. >> we do have more rain chances as we go from the afternoon to the evening hours. starting off the day, the sun is coming up right now. scattered showers in the sky. what we're going watch for is the rain building back up. the best chances coming around first pitch and through the
beginning of the game and the temperatures should start off in the mid 50s. but we do quickly drop to the low 50s, even the 40s as we end the game. that's something to keep in mind. if you plan to head to the stadium, dress in warm layers and dress in something that's waterproof because that will help if we get the rain that could cause problems for the rest of the game. things shape up. much drier weather as the orioles head up to new york city to play the yankees for the rest of the series. what we're going to see is a slight chance of rain on thursday with the front. 54 first pitch there. each day, the game should be at noon on thursday. 63 degrees with sunshine. another front but hopefully it should be dry again in new york city. head back to tony and the weather center. tony, a close call tonight with the rain coming in right in time for the game. it will be interesting to see if it does cause another delay. >> you have to hand it to the fans. a two-hour delay, cold, rainy, hardly anything left. a full stadium. resume baseball. so the fans might be put to the test again tonight.
huh? >> baltimore got hurt. >> yeah, that's right. and we get one of the big orange ponchos and we'll be fine. eva, talk to you again in the next half-hour. why is it so chilly on the east coast? the jet stream is way down to the south now. you see a weather setup like this, you know it's chilly in the mid atlantic. the impulses in the jet stream giving us the off and on chances for rain. we had one come through last night. a little break. there's another one behind it that may give us a chance for rain later on tonight. 41 at the airport. 39 at randallstown. mid 30s in the western suburbs. could there be frost in frederick county in the northern part of carroll county. around baltimore, that's most likely not the case. if you're watching in the far western suburbs, don't be surprised to have frost on your windshield to start the day. the clouds are thickening up. you can see the rain that may arrive here tonight moving across kentucky and tennessee right now. see how it's turning up towards
us. so the chief marine will go up as we head to the late afternoon and evening hours. up until that time, it should be fine but chilly. a mixture of sunshine and clouds. the high temperatures between 54 and 59. the average high is 69. way below the mark again today. once again, a chance for a few showers late this afternoon and especially tonight as eva mentioned. the seven-day forecast. a decent day tomorrow. chilly. high temperature near 62 will make it up to 70 on wednesday. that will be the warmest day of the week, though. the front coming through wednesday night. back to 60s on thursday and friday. once we get beyond tonight, best weekend late in the day on sunday. but it will be another wet chilly night tonight. time now for a last look at one of the big stories this morning. the orioles play the first game in the playoff seri against the yankees at camden yards last night. they didn't come out on top.
kim dacey live downtown at pickles pub with the details. hi, kim. >> businesses like pickles pub right across the street from camden yards say they were waiting and hoping for the playoff series. the orioles postseason is good for businesses all over town. after the o's win on friday, the local sportswear design shop worked all night to print new playoff t-shirts and get them on the racks for eager fans. bars and restaurants set up barriers for the crowds that couldn't make it to the ballpark before the game. security experts strategize for what will be a busy beginning of the week. other area businesses expected to cash in big time. that business boom is expected to continue at least through tonight when the o's take on the yankees again at camden yards. reporting live downtown, kim dacey, wbaltv-11 news. >> how are businesses coping with the last-minute preparations. >> they say they only had about 24 hours to prepare. but these are the crowds they
see like on opening day. they followed their plan for that. >> kim dacey, live downtown. thank you, kim. some of the answers to the it with aer cooler question of the day. >> this morning, we asked do you think the orioles can bounce back from last night's ninth inning loss? >> it's only the first game, folks. the yankees know who we are. go o's. >> the loss will be tough to come back from. tonight is a must-win night for the o's. twha they're truly made of. >> they don't have a choice. they want this too much. baltimore wants this too much. they won't let the yankees come from our house again. i can feel it, o's magic. >> i hope they can. so much fun watching them make the start. wbal-tv.com. >> time now for a look at what's coming up next on the today show. here's savannah guthrie. >> good morning. coming up on monday morning on "today," an early taste of winter for millions of americans. frost and freeze warnings from new york all the way down to
texas. even snow in some places. we'll tell you how long it's going to last. also ahead, the man behind coney 2012 opens up about his very public meltdown in an exclusive morning interview. then, a brawl caught on tape between two wedding party at a philadelphia hotel. now police want to know if it led to one guest's deadly heart attack. more on that story. and then a popular blog that mocks parents who overshare about their kids on-line. is it all in fun or mean spirited? we'll ask the woman who is behind it when she joins us on a monday morning right here on "today". >> thank you, savannah. 6:53, 42 degrees at the airport. >> coming up, the last look at weather and traffic before you head out to start your day. the live look over at the stadium.
>> house of looking on the roads? >> ok, for the most part. whiskey bottom road and washington boulevard, we have a crash. if you are going to travel on 95 out of white marsh, we are still at 58. those speeds continue down for mchenry. j.f.x. and the harrisburg expressway, equally smith. greenspring, going away from us, and a live traffic towards the j.f.x. we will switch over to an live view where it is also building. no. his corner getting heavier. >> bring their reindeer.
> -- rain gear. >> we will make it up to 57 this afternoon. when the rainshowers come in overnight, it will drop into the 50s -- just not right for baseball. they will probably still play tonight. >> playing until october. here's a look at some of the news stories you can find at 7:00 a.m. on wbal-plus. drinking coffee could be bad for your vision. >> and a daredevil climbs the 16-story tower with his bare hands. we will introduce you to the real-life spider-man. >> i haven't done that. i did that last week. ♪